Ugh! Which is worse? Eating healthy or working out? Don't get me wrong, because I do feel better when I work out, but I still dream of the perfect world where you can eat anything you want and never have to work out, but then we'd all look like Jabba the Hutt.

According to a recent survey from Brodeur Partners Health and Wellness:

57 percent of Americans say they are daily or frequent exercisers, only 46 percent eat healthy foods daily or frequently.

"The good news is a lot of Americans are getting active," said Brodeur Partners CEO Andrea Coville, author of Relevance: The Power to Change Minds and Behavior and Stay Ahead of the Competition. "The bad news is that our appetite for healthy foods – one of the best ways to sustain a healthy weight – appears weaker. The disparity could be an issue of willpower, marketing, education, food availability or a combination. Whatever the case, this insight is a potentially valuable one for organizations devoted to health care, wellness, nutrition and fitness."

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You can see more results from the survey at PR Newswire.